Rhagio tringarius

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Rhagio tringarius

Post by teva »

DYNAX 7D, Minolta 70-210, 1/125, F/22, ISO200


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Post by beetleman »

A wonderful picture Teva...it is making me laugh :lol: That poor fly...must be really annoying to have all that water on you in big drops. Are you spraying these critters? It looks like a spray of water hit him right in the face coming from the right hand side :D (maybe just a tad bit too much water IMO :wink: )
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Post by teva »

Hehe no, i don't spray them. I just wakeup really early when dew is covering them. And they are so still, that i can take my time to find perfect angle :)

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Post by Erland R.N. »

Just wonderfull with all that water. I find the flash a bit too harsh though.


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Post by Ken Ramos »

Have to agree with Erland, the flash is a bit harsh but then again it seems to add dimension to the fly also and makes the fly look like it has flown through something, rather than having something formed on it. It is a bit humorous. :lol:

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Post by cactuspic »

Wonderful shot


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